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Incident and Emergency Command System

Learning from the disaster response leadership system: mission tactics, adaptability, and a little luck.
Part of the congress series "Don't give cyber attacks a chance".

calendar_today Wed, 13.10.2021, 10:00 - 10:40

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place Room Budapest, NCC Ost

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In recent months, we have all learned to deal with "crises" somehow. But perhaps that also lulls us into a false sense of security. After all, the Corona pandemic developed differently than most pandemic plans had predicted. And another crisis will strike very differently and pose new challenges for crisis managers.

That's why it's critical to have a centralized plan for how disruptions, emergencies and crises are managed across the organization. This is similar to what happens in disaster management - there, too, every situation has to be reassessed and develops its own dynamics. That's why it makes sense to look at what we can learn from the blue light world. 

The lecture is given by Uwe Rühl.

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Language: German

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